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The Vintage Collection / Re: Background character resculpts
« on: June 6, 2011, 10:46 PM »
Owen isn't a background character. He's a supporting/minor speaking role, and has more lines that Boba Fett.  

I'm nitpicking.  :D

- Chief Bast with hat on.

- Motti, yes, and if he could somehow sit and still look good standing.

- Classic original Weequay

- That remaining vintage Ewok whose name may have been changed.

- Orrimaarko, an easy-as-a-new-headsculpt for them to make.

- The Special Ed (ha-ha) Jabba's Palace Dancers...yeah, I say that as some who hated Jedi Rocks.

- Yarael Poof, he's a's almost given he will be updated...almost. Robot Chicken made this guy a must have update. Funny story, I picked up a 2002 Jedi Unleashed Game: Battle of Geonosis free at a yard sale, there's 18 Jedi icons and they include Poof, who wasn't there (on screen anyway). Eth Koth instead of Agen Kolar, too.

-The Kamino training Clone...there was no reason for the original release to be as weak as it was.

- A rebel commando that doesn't suck on some level. Vintage was close to not sucking, but Hasbro pulled defeat out of sure victory with the words "bald" and "goatee"

As we all know via Hasbro, listing a certain pair of sisters is waste of a wish slot (no offense to anyone). So, skipping them...

1. Mosep
2. Solomahal
3. Tzivvzt
4. General Bob Hudsol
5. Baniss Keeg
6. General Vanden Willard
7. Sai'torr Kal Fas (the other Saurian)
8. Boelo (one of Jabba's human goons, an untapped area)
9.Del Goren (Yavin communications operator)
10. Arleil Schous

Imperial officer and rebel pilot free! Though, I''ve certainly no objections to any of those, even remakes. Chief Bast with hat needs to be made! Update Motti, too.

The Vintage Collection / Re: The Old Republic... The Figures
« on: June 6, 2011, 10:13 PM »
Cad Solo or Han Bane...

You know, Lucas should consider abandoning the live action series idea (that will never happen anyway because of costs), and making a show like these trailers. Probably as expensive as making a live-action series, though!

The Clone Wars '08-'13 / Re: Recent Clone Wars Finds/Purchases
« on: June 4, 2011, 09:47 PM »
Yard sale find, a completely stripped AAT droid tank (the blue one) for 50 cents. I've got quite a scrap vehicle collection going.  Also that black R5 unit from ROTJ for 10 cents, minus antenna (not clone wars, of course).

The Vintage Collection / Re: Vintage Rumors
« on: June 3, 2011, 09:19 PM »
DEATH STAR II that unfolds into Ewok Village.  :P

The Clone Wars '08-'13 / Re: Recent Clone Wars Finds/Purchases
« on: May 29, 2011, 12:00 PM »
Garage sale gold this weekend, an AT-TE, Crumb Bomber Gunship and Magna Guard fighter, along with ROTS Obi Wan Fighter, V-Wing and yellow Y-Wing for $10 total. All of them are incomplete though, especially the v-wing and y-wing.

Watto's Junk Yard / Re: GI Joe Retaliation - The Movie
« on: May 28, 2011, 10:38 PM »
Here's characters I hope to see return:

Cobra Commander (more of an 80s look)
Storm Shadow
Snake Eyes
General Hawk

Word is only Duke, Snake-Eyes and Storm Shadow are returning. But that may mean those same actors.

Joseph Gordon Levitt and Sienna Miller have said outright they won't be back. Rachel Nichols (Scarlett) is saying she's not in it, either.

Joe Defender / Re: G.I. Joe Rise of Cobra
« on: May 28, 2011, 10:33 PM »
OK, let me ask then about a ROC Submarine with a GI Joe in a Tossle Cap...  that uncommon too?  I saw it this evening at ROSS, and the Lava Pod...  Saw the Lava Pod and quad with Leatherneck at Rose's, a store I believe is only east coast and new to Pittsburgh all together I think.

Yes, the Polar Sharc sub was also part of the wave that never saw mass retail release in the USA. The sub being irritating to some considering it was actually in the movie, and probably should've been released earlier.

I'd forgotten that Desert Rock Slide...a vehicle that makes no sense. Try using a ski mobile in any desert, see how far you get.

I see a fairly neat Chewbacca that  probably cannot sit. (Anyone thinking "BUT HE DIDN'T SIT IN THE EPISODE"...can jump in a Sarlacc pit  >:D)  Hard to tell if he has wrist joints or not.

Even Piel looks to have knees at least...probably more articulation than Bariss Offee

Opress looks nice, but again...short of perfect, thanks to no poseable ankles on an action character. His hips may ball jointed, that might help.

At least the astro droid still has ankle joints.  :P

The Vintage Collection / Re: 2011 "Vintage" Collection Wave 6
« on: May 27, 2011, 11:16 PM »
Spotted remnants of this wave at a local WM today, specifically Weequay, Clone, Senate Guard and Luke. I had them in my hand but decided to pass at almost $9 a pop. I'm... not that upset to be honest.

Basically how I felt today. I did get Weequay, because at least he's never been made. Plus I'm sick of feeling how far behind the rest of the world I seem to be in even finding these damn figures.

A Wal-Mart having a shelf tag for $4.50 Saga Legends, then them  scanning up as $7.88 didn't make me happy, either.

The CAP-2 redone...that was the best vintage mini-rig. Gave the non-Fett bounty hunters something they could use.

I would mind some Imperial scout thingies, anything to use with Imperial troopers would be fun in theory (droopy speeder bikes aside).

In terms of designs, I prefered the rigs that were more original designs more than the kiddie ride versions of larger vehicles. The ISP didn't work. The Sail Skiff was kind of neat, but also a reminder that the actual skiff should've been released first.

The proud tradition of no ankle joints on Clone Wars Jedi continues!

The Vintage Collection / Re: Vintage Collection Y-Wing
« on: May 23, 2011, 06:28 PM »
I'd laugh if the figure it comes with is Ackbar...  the guy's tired of taking the helm of the big slugs and wants to get his hands dirty now.

Yeah, that's being true to the figure selection on the Kenner box. Maybe a bit too faithful!

That POTF Nein Nunb...really glaring reminder about how much a new one is needed.

TV-9D9 / Re: Family Guy Star Wars
« on: May 22, 2011, 10:05 PM »
Saw the broadcast of "It's a Trap" tonight.

I liked the Stormtrooper dead Ewok pillow fight. The excessive nodding was funny, too...but took up a lot of time.

Collect All 92! / Re: Stormtrooper
« on: May 21, 2011, 09:01 PM »

Thanks for the update.  As an added twist, what's the best Stormtrooper without a removable helmet?  Vintage isn't vintage if you know what the Stormtroopers look like. :)  I'm using the Legacy Stormtrooper which is repaint of the Shadow Stormtrooper... which is really a version of VOTC.

Well, there's a "new" Target vintage 3-pack Stormtrooper, but that's really the ball-jointed hipped Sandtrooper, so the helmet is off and there's no belt cannister. Probably a slot in his back, too.

So what you are using is probably best. The Tantive IV pack stormtrooper has its fans, but that figure is a sandtrooper, no cannister, slot in back and no waist or torso joint.

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